Discover this week’s top picks for entertainment at home. From must-watch movies and TV shows to captivating reads and sensational music, find the best options to elevate your leisure time.

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A Family Affair
Netflix, 28 June


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All the Colors of the Dark
Chris Whitaker

1975 is a time of change in America. The Vietnam War is ending. Muhammad Ali is fighting Joe Frazier. And in the small town of Monta Clare, Missouri, girls are disappearing.

When the daughter of a wealthy family is targeted, an unlikely hero emerges – Patch, a local boy who saves the girl, but leaves heartache in his wake.

Patch and those who love him soon find the line between triumph and tragedy is razor-thin. Their search for answers leads them to truths that could tear them apart.

In this book, Chris Whitaker delivers a gripping missing person mystery, a chilling serial killer thriller, and a poignant love story, all with a unique twist. It’s a novel about the shadows of obsession and the blinding light of hope.


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C, XOXO
Camilla Cabello

‘C, XOXO’ is Camila Cabello’s much-anticipated fourth album, dropping on 28 June 2024. It’s her first release with Interscope Records after parting ways with Epic Records in September 2022.

Just four months after her last album ‘Familia’, Camila hit Instagram to thank fans for making her 2022 hit ‘Bam Bam’ the most-streamed song by a female lead artist on Spotify. In the post, a screen recording showed voice note titles like ‘Chords to that verse’ and ‘Venice in rain idea’, hinting that she was already cooking up new music. Check out the album trailer below:


Author: Charlotte Wright 

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